Queen Anne Chair Building Process by Doucette and Wolfe Furniture Makers!
Chair making video. This video shows the making of a set of Chairs that are reproduced from an original Queen Anne Chair attributed to William Savery of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania around 1750. http://www.doucetteandwolfefurniture.com These Chairs are handmade and shaped using a variety of hand tools similar to how the originals would have been made. The seat is a hand twisted, natural cat tail rush seat that is made and weaved as they originally were. The chairs are made of solid maple with very light figure to match the original.
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